Just missing the top 10 on our list is one of the “big three defenders”, Olli Juolevi. The 18-year-old Finland native just completed his first year in the OHL, playing for the London Knights posting a stat line of 9-33-42 in 57 games played.
As we climb past the Bruins’ first pick in the draft, we have Clayton Keller, centerman for Team USA’s U18 squad, at #12. He’s committed to Boston University for 2016-2017. Continue reading
For our 13th pick in the B2B NHL Entry Draft Bonanza, we chose Michael McLeod, center for the Mississauga Steelheads of the OHL.
So, yesterday was the fifth anniversary of the 2010-11 Boston Bruins winning the Stanley Cup. Continue reading
If Satan81, Phonymahoney, and I are correct in our draft order (and of course we are), the Boston Bruins will select with the 14th overall pick, from the Val-d’Or Foreurs, Julien Gauthier. A right winger playing in the QMJHL (honestly, just too many letters in this one) Gauthier is often compared to Rick Nash; this is a reoccurring theme as our 20th pick Riley Tufte frequently draws the same comparison. Continue reading
At #15 we have Jake Bean, left-shooting defenseman for the Calgary Hitmen in the WHL. Continue reading